Blue Dot Pottery supplies only the finest Polish stoneware manufactured by the Artistic Ceramics in Boleslawiec. These are the most sophisticated and world-recognised ware that combine time-honoured tradition forms and challenges of modern applied art. All items are manualy decorated with the traditional stamp method (tiny patterns are manually painted with special sponge made stamps and paint brushes) with the use of ecological glaze and enviroment friendly paints.
The artistic value of the pottery goes hand in hand with its great quality which brought the Artistic Ceramics many prestigious awards, medals and recognitions at international competitions.
A diverse assortment of forms makes pottery fit in perfectly in different types of interiors. Also the funcionality of pottery is very broad; it can be used for serving meals, heating up in microwaves and roasting dishes in the oven.
All products from the Artistic Ceramics will have their logo stamped on their base. And that will ultimately certify the highest quality.
Deeply rooted in local and traditional arts, Poland's pottery has always been known for its high quality.
The workshop which best reflects the finest tradition of the region’s craft is the Artistic Ceramics (Ceramika Artystyczna) operating since 1950. The company produces 600 forms and over 2500 ornamental patterns. There are a plenty of motifs that can be used for ornamental purposes: from traditional circles, dots, scales or peacock's eye to irregular patterns in their countless varieties.
The Artistic Ceramics was widely recognised at international and national competitions such as "Teraz Polska" - Warsaw 1993, Gold Star - Madrid 1996, "The most exquisite wedding table" - Ambiente fair 1999 Frankfurt am Main, Eurolider 1999 - Warsaw 2000, Ultimate Quality - New York 2000. It exports 90% of its products to 25 countries worldwide nearly w 50% of which hits the American market. Successful exhibitions and fairs in Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Tokyo and the ongoing development of advertising and promotion activities (including cooperation with Robert Redford's SUNDANCE catalogue) account for the company's dynamic progress and a guarantee of the best quality and an outstanding artistic value of the offered products.